Aberdeen City Council’s net debt has risen by £203 million over the last year, according to a report forecasting further squeezing of local authority finances.
Around one in 10 Aberdeen two-year-olds has yet to receive the MMR jab, according to newly-published NHS data.
Ever since it was first staged in 2015, the annual True North festival has provided a popular event and this year’s line-up has scheduled more family-orientated activities than ever.
The north-east is suffering from a falling population, according to official data which found people are moving away from rural areas and islands.
Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire councils are spending more than £8million a year on supply teachers, new figures have revealed.
North and north-east councils experience fall in school leavers making it to work, studying or training
North and north-east councils have experienced falls in the percentage of school leavers moving to work, studying or training.
More than 100 incidents of cruelty to animals were recorded by police in Aberdeen city and shire over the last five years, according to new figures.
A car caught fire in Aberdeen's city centre this morning.
A £3,000 fund has been established help schools across Aberdeen create health and food education projects for pupils.
Almost a third of Aberdeen primary schools started the new academic year without a permanent headteacher.
Motorists are being warned to expect disruption in Aberdeen’s Market Street near the Union Square turn-off after a traffic incident.
Owners of plush homes across the north and north-east could be facing massive rises in their council tax bills.
Rents in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire have shot up by 36% in just five years - the highest increase in Scotland.
The merger of two north-east policing divisions could damage crime fighting in the area, leading politicians have warned.
Work on a new £1.5million mosque and community centre for north-east Moslems will start next month.
An award-winning author will be in Aberdeen next week to discuss fiction and psychology at the inaugural year of a humanities festival.
A fresh row broke out between the Scottish government and Aberdeen City Council around the future of a notorious bottleneck roundabout last night.
Detailed designs for a link road to alleviate congestion at the Haudagain roundabout could be completed by mid-2015.
Roads were closed and ferries and planes cancelled as the tail end of a huge hurricane hit the north east yesterday.
Passengers flying to Aberdeen from Amsterdam today were met by firefighters on the runway.
Emergency services have been called to Aberdeen International Airport after a leak was reported on a commercial flight from the Netherlands.
It started as a common cold, but a routine virus left one north-east man paralysed from the neck down and fighting for his life.
An Aberdeen teenager has been found dead in a young offenders institution - just days days after he admitted attacking a city woman in her home.
An Aberdeen mum says her nine-year-old son came to her rescue as she was attacked by a knife-wielding teenager.
The funeral of an Aberdeen woman who died suddenly after a night out with friends will be held next week.
Aberdeen's parks and public gardens celebrated a remarkable return to form last night as the city grabbed gold at the Britain in Bloom awards.
Police were tonight called to defuse a fallout between Aberdeen youths outside a city supermarket.
A Manchester four-piece band will play Aberdeen this weekend - ahead of supporting one of the greatest rock groups in history.
999 chiefs have welcomed plans to upgrade access routes on an Aberdeen hill frequently plagued by fire-raisers.
An Aberdeen charity is seeking clothing donations towards their safety centre for drunk people in the run-up to winter.
Police have issued a plea for witnesses after items were stolen from a north east house and two vehicles.
Aberdeen police are investigating after two motorcycles were set alight in the city today.